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  • sis He also took occasion, being near to Davy, to whisper to him that the woman reminded him of his wife's sis ter Sis .
  • sos But it never occurs to you to doubt or investigate; why should you, when no question is raised of any great intimacy between you and the So-and-sos, which may stand for the name of his or her family.
  • souse She plunged into a tub of cool water with such delight as thoroughly to souse her hair, so it became necessary to spend a half-hour in the sunlight by the open window, combing and fanning, her mind turning over wonderful things.
  • suds Into the kitchen he rushed, and nearly tumbled head first into a tub full of soap-suds.
  • sue They tell us you might sue us if there is something wrong with your copy of this eBook, even if you got it for free from someone other than us, and even if what's wrong is not our fault.
  • suez Stas, who was fourteen years old and who loved his eight-year-old companion very much, but looked upon her as a mere child, said with a conceited air: "When you reach my age, you will know everything which happens, not only along the Canal from Port Said to Suez , but in all Egypt.
  • zeus Again, in India, though in a less degree than in China, Philosophy replaces belief-so much so, that the different forms of one negation-Natural Religion-must be classed amongst the creeds of Hindostan; by the side of which there stand many kinds of simple philosophy; just as was the case in ancient Greece, where, in one and the same city, there were the philosophers of the Academy and the believers in Zeus .
  • SARS 54. I gave a sar of oil for the workmen to eat; 55. 2 sars of oil the sailors stored away.
  • Sours It sours my whole day.
  • Sous However, in this Paris of ours, where living is said to be so expensive, since the opening of those beneficent establishments for the sale of soup and cooked beef, and especially since those establishments have conceived the happy idea of serving their own products, a man may dine for seven sous; yes, reader, for seven sous!
  • Sued He again appealed to the Supreme Court, but the judgment was affirmed; he then sued out a writ of error to the Supreme Court of the United States, and it was allowed, and it came up for hearing while I was Delegate from the Territory.
  • Suse So, too, the merchants at Suse ; or maybe I had best take them on to Mogador, where the consul of their country will come down handsomely for such as they.
  • sums And now large sums passed from hand to hand, and all the passions of hope and fear racked heads and hearts around, while a decorous silence prevailed; or, when broken, some softly toned voice alone interrupted the stillness.
  • sues For which Prince Henry of Hoheneck By messenger and letter sues .
  • saws Notwithstanding the due weight which the Squire gives to traditional saws and ancient opinions, yet I am happy to find that he makes a firm stand for the credit of this loving month, and brings to his aid a whole legion of poetical authorities; all which, I presume, have been conclusive with the young couple, as I understand they are perfectly willing to marry in May, and abide the consequences.
  • uses In our day there is a disposition to make light of the formal setting apart of men and things for sacred uses .
  • sews He does not fail to mark the nest of the tailor-bird, the little creature which ingeniously sews leaves together to suit its purpose, and that of the weaver-bird with its tunnel-like entrance; both are common in the district which we are describing.
  • sees Jesus sees that for him there will never be healing by waiting here.
  • seas Anyhow, now, since Venables, from whatever motive, had thus done the decent thing, they were again seas apart.
  • XES
  • SUSS I received them from Suss , the jockey, while you were out riding this afternoon."
  • SUBS Subs out of the southeast?
  • SASE Germya has the roomatiks so bad he sase he thinks he is gon this time for sure.
  • SIRS Pocahontas looked about her with eagerness, and while the men doffed their hats, she asked: "What hath happened, sirs, that so many come to visit us at one time?
  • SUNS Many suns shall set red between the forest trees, but none so red as the blood that flowed when my sharp knife severed his scalp lock."
  • DUES The emancipation dues would have been a serious burden under any social arrangements, but they have proved so much heavier under the communistic system of Russia than they would have been elsewhere that the system itself is beginning to give way.
  • SEERS It's evident as sun-tan, to the seers, who are what they are because they rule themselves.
  • SOWS To be socially popular is a part of his system; he sows corn among society as freely as over his land, and looks to some grains to take root, and bring him increase a hundred fold, as indeed they do.
  • Seuss Illustrated by Dr. Seuss .
  • she's She's happy too," she added.
  • adieuxes
  • asceticisms
  • de-generated

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